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Weekly Photo Challenge – Wanderlust

The Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge for the week of April 26, 2017.

Montreux (Lake Geneva)

 

Wanderlust

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Black & White Sunday

Black & White Sunday: After and Before Y1-04

This is a Paula’s challenge (Lost in Translation) to take a colour photo and change it to Black and White in post processing.

 

After

Before

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Earth

Weekly Photo Challenge – Earth

The Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge for the week of April 19, 2017.

This photo was taken in Rochers de Naye (Switerzland – Montreux)

 

Earth

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Black & White Sunday

Black & White Sunday: Steps and Stairs

This week the challenge is Steps and Stairs.

The stairs in Siguenza Castle, now is a “Parador” (luxury hotel)

Steps and stairs

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Surprise

Surprise – Weekly Photo Challenge

The Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge for the week of April 12, 2017.

On a trip to Oporto (North of Portugal) this photo was taken (2017/01/28) in “Ribeira do Porto“, as you can see is a shoemaker …

Surprise

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Traces of the Past

Black & White Sunday: Traces of the Past

Paula at Lost in Translation presented us a challenge:  Traces of the past Y3-04.

I decided to post this photo taken in Spain (2014/12/13), “ El Castillo de Pelegrina” is a Spanish castle built between the twelfth and thirteenth centuries near the small town of Pelegrina, very close to the Siguenza, is well known for its famous Barranco del Rio Dulce. Unfortunately this Castle is in bad condition and in risk of disappearance.

 

Traces of the Past

 

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Security

Security – Weekly Photo Challenge

The Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge for the week of April 5, 2017.

The Rex beyond security gives us joy, loyalty and teaches us fraternity and friendship.

Rex

Security

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Black & White Sunday

BLACK & WHITE SUNDAY: THROUGH

Paula at Lost in Translation presented us a challenge: “It’s time for another Black & White Sunday, this time with the theme: THROUGH“.

This photo was taken in Paris on Sunday, April 17th, 2016 17:23.

“In 1515, Francis I was asked to build a bridge over the small branch of the Seine in order to carry patients to the Hôtel-Dieu hospital on the Île de la Cité. Construction began in 1626 and in 1634 the two sides were connected.

The Pont au Double derives its name from the toll amount which was charged, a “double” denier, money used to pay for the construction of the bridge.

In 1709, the bridge collapsed. It was rebuilt and remained in place until 1847. In 1883, the Pont au Double was replaced by a one arch cast-iron bridge.”

(Wikipedia)

Pont au Double

BLACK & WHITE SUNDAY